Steam page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/447120/Where_the_Water_Tastes_Like_Wine/ An enjoyable take on visual novels and other story-driven games, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a pleasant little game indeed.
Hand of Fate 2. It’s basically as good as Hand of Fate. The new twists are good, the old problems are a shame.
Say you were me, Then you could see the view, You’ll know we are equally damaged, Don’t be a fool, make it easier, You’ll learn to say when, Signal if you can’t say, “no more.”
In the world of videogames, even spiders need to be sexy, because Heaven forbid even Shelob be allowed her ugliness. When Shadow of War isn’t busy introducing loot boxes, it’s redesigning spiders in a way that reinforces some unfortunate ideas.
This one’s legit. Steam page here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/462770/Pyre/
And not a Noel Edmonds in sight…
Another fantastic game. Check the review here: http://www.thejimquisition.com/what-remains-of-edith-finch-review/
The idea of patching in more story is interesting, and in FFXV’s case it’s even admirable. There is a downside to it, however, one that we ought to be mindful of.
If you see sinister political agendas where none actually exist, you might be a bit weird. If you see a game with a woman in it and instantly write it off as “SJW propaganda,” you might have a problem with more than just propaganda.
It’s interesting, for sure. Your mileage may vary on whether you think it’s good or not, though.
Fuck, I wanted this one to be good.
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